Where the inventive have always felt at home

Glasgow is the largest city in Scotland and has been in rapid ascent since the late 20th century. Its reputation for excellence as a conference and event destination was born in 1990, when Glasgow became the UK’s first European Capital of Culture.

The city demonstrates a long-term commitment to hosting successful events through ongoing investment in its convention and conferencing capabilities. Exciting new developments are continuously adding new layers of dynamism to Scotland's cultural hub.


Getting here

  • Glasgow International Airport receives direct flights from more than 100 international destinations.
  • Glasgow is 1 hour away from Edinburgh by train.

The Scottish Event Campus


The Scottish Event Campus (SEC) boasts Glasgow’s iconic flagship venue, the Armadillo. SEC is the UK's largest integrated conference and exhibition centre, with five interconnected exhibition halls and seating capacity for 12,000 delegates theatre-style.

The Scottish Events Campus

Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum


Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum is one of Glasgow’s most striking venues, making it the perfect setting for receptions, banquets and gala dinners. The Centre Hall can accommodate up to 500 delegates for dinner and up to 1,000 for a drinks reception. 

Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum

City Halls

The historic City Halls is located in Merchant City, Glasgow’s arts and culture quarter. Built in the early 1800s, the Halls offer well-preserved buildings with modern multipurpose facilities. Its lavish Grand Hall seats up to 936 delegates while its Recital Room can accommodate up to 120 delegates in reception or theatre-style.

City Halls
02 Jan 2020(last updated)

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